Dirt and soil are inevitable. Whether you have heavy foot traffic, pets, or kids, you can expect that dirt and soil will collect in your rug or carpet over time. Dirt contains jagged edges that, If neglected, rub against your carpet fibers and cause premature deterioration of your carpet. One of the most important things you can do to prevent this is to regularly vacuum your carpet or rugs. Removal not only keeps your carpet looking clean, it improves air quality of your home and extends lifetime of your carpet. However, some dirt and soil can work its way deep into your carpet and cursory vacuuming may not be enough. That's why it is important to get your rug and carpets professionally deep cleaned every year. Some manufacturers are beginning to require this as a condition of the warranty.
We know that your carpets are an investment in your home. Our first priority is to maintain the quality and color that the carpet had when you purchased it. All our methods incorporate only self-neutralizing, non-toxic, and biodegradable chemicals so that your home and carpets keep the luster and beauty of a brand new carpet.
We specialize in the following services:
- Wall to Wall Carpet Cleaning
- Steam Cleaning
- Shampoo Cleaning
- Carpet Mold & Mildew Removal
- Carpet Pet Stain and Odor Removal
- Carpet Repair & Re-stretching
- Carpeted Stairs & Hallways
- No Harsh Chemicals Carpet Cleaning
- Children & Pet Safe Carpet Cleaning
- Hypo-Allergenic Carpet Cleaning
- Fast Drying Carpet Cleaning
Our professional technicians specialize in 7 different methods of Carpet Cleaning:
- Hot Water Extraction or Steam Cleaning
- Carpet Shampooing
- Combination of Hot Water Extraction and Shampoo
- Bonnet Cleaning
- Absorbent Dry Compound
- In-Plant Carpet Cleaning
Carpet Cleaning with Hot Water Extraction or 'Steam' Cleaning
Hot water extraction is sometimes called "steam" cleaning, however, this is a misnomer as there is no actual steam involved. A mixed solution of hot water and detergent is pressure-sprayed onto the carpet to drive the solution deep into the fibers of the carpet. This flushes out the dirt and soil within those regions. The now "dirty" solution is immediately extracted by a wet vacuuming system. It is stored into a specialty tank and later disposed of in a manner that is safe to the environment. This method is good for cleaning moderately to heavily soiled carpet. However, one must be careful not to over wet the carpet. Hence, this method is safest performed by experienced technicians. Once completed, the drying time is fairly lengthy, but still slightly less than the shampooing method.
Carpet Cleaning with Shampoo
This process uses rotating brushes that agitate the carpet and infuse it with liquid cleaning solutions. The liquid form of the solution can get a little further into the carpet that normal topical cleaners. The brush agitation soon turns these solutions into foam . The foam soon dries with the dirt and soil encapsulated into powdery particles. A vacuum with strong suction capabilities is used to remove the entire globules of powder, dirt, and soil. The drying time for this method is fairly lengthy, but it is usually good for cleaning moderate to heavily soiled areas and also brightens colors and fluffs up carpet fibers. Like with most liquid methods, over wetting of the carpet should always be prevented.
Carpet Cleaning with a Combination of Hot Water Extraction and Shampoo
This method uses the combination of the Hot Water Extraction method and Shampoo. This method is used to clean highly soiled carpets, with heavy oil/soil build-up. The process has two steps:
- Shampoo using rotary brush to loosen soil
- Hot Water Extraction using water rather than detergent solution to remove shampoo
Carpet Cleaning with Foams
Similar to shampooing, carpet cleaning with foams uses rotor brushes to agitate carpet fibers and push in foam cleaning products. However, the cleaning product applied is in the form of foam prior to being applying onto a carpet. Because of this, the cleaner can not get as deep into the carpet as it could in the liquid form. This method is best for only lightly soiled carpet. One advantage of this method is that it has a quicker drying time than shampoo.
Carpet Cleaning using Bonnet Cleaning
This method is similar to 'Shampoo'. Bonnet cleaning employs an absorbent pad called a "bonnet'. This pad is attached to the bottom of a rotary machine, similar to a floor buffer. Detergent solution is sprayed onto the carpet and the rotating pad is used to agitate and remove the soil suspended in the solution from the carpet. The pad is replaced or washed once it is dirty. This method is common in the regular maintenance of commercial buildings.
Carpet Cleaning with Absorbent Dry Compound
Dry compound is composed of absorbent granules containing dry cleaning solvent. This compound is sprinkled over a carpet section and worked into the carpet fibers by either a mechanical brush or a hand brush. The granules will dissolve as they come in contact with oil and greasy soil. The oil and greasy attach to the dissolved granules and, once dry, can be vacuumed. The main advantages of this method are short drying time, effective spot cleaning, and careful handling of delicate and non-colorfast carpets. The main disadvantage of this method is that this is mostly suitable for surface cleaning. It is also extremely important that the technicians completely remove all particles so that the rough granules aren't left to rub against the fibers of the carpet.
In-Plant Carpet Cleaning
This type of Carpet Cleaning is ideal for specialized cleaning of loose or valuable rugs. The rugs are sent through a duster which extracts soil more effectively than routine vacuuming. They are then washed and hung to dry in a controlled air environment.
The Firm may also offer special service for repair of valuable rugs, using special equipment.
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